The previous example
showed what happens when you use the STYLE= option to change the default
ODS settings for PROC TABULATE output. But the power of ODS is that
you are not limited to these settings. You can specify exactly how
you want each part of your table to look. You can use the STYLE= option
in specific PROC TABULATE statements to make specific changes to parts
of the PROC TABULATE output. This is called style overrides, because the STYLE= option in PROC TABULATE statements overrides the default style. While a detailed explanation of each of these style overrides is beyond the scope of this book, you should be able to get a basic idea of how the settings ...